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2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – symbolism, change and reconciliation
Castan Centre for Human Rights Law
Guest Blogger – Luke Pearson, IndigenousX
This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the post by Inala Cooper of Monash University, and the post by Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute.
National Reconciliation Week is upon us… and Sorry Day is just behind us.And sadly it’s a been a bit of a sorry Reconciliation Week in the media so far. Recent events seem to have overshadowed the week, when it seems like now is probably the perfect time to highlight it.
These few acts being played out in public mirror what goes on out of the public eye every day, and while there is a lot of interest in these issues when they involve celebrities or high profile people, when it involves a boss and an employee, a teacher and a student, a police officer and…
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